Fruity, Jane 12, t»3l
In Manteo This Weejt
Mr. Wheeler Martin is in Manteo
this week-end attending to profes
Here From Lexington, Va.
Darrell Price, student of Washing
ton and Lee University, Lexington,
Va., arrived home Wednesday to be
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Price, during the summer months.
In Town Yesterday
Mr. Gaylord Summer ill, of Nor
folk, was here yesterday.
Visitor From Plymouth
Mr. Lue Read, of Plymouth, was
a visitor here yesterday.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Margolis
Mrs. J. Levy and daughter, Miss
Sylvia Levy, of Tarboro, are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Margolis
1 QUIT COMING I
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1 fared periodically with tar- I
I rlble pains In my back and I
I (Idas. Often I would band I
1 almost double with ths In - I
I tanas pain. This would I
I last tar hours and Z could I
I pt no relief.
triad almost every- I
I thine that was recom- j
I mended to me, but found I
nothing that would help
until began taking
OarduL My mothsr V
thought !t would bs V
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■ got a bottle ot Cardul ■
■ and started ma taking ■
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Ths bad spells quit I
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I In normal health." H
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I WATTS THEATRE!
WILLIAMSTON, N. C. I
Thanks for the wonderful support you B
have given me during the last six weeks.
But in order to still give you the best
and latest—the admission will have to
V be just a little more.
BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNEMS'* I'
I CHILDREN 10c|
I ADULTS Only 15c|
THESE PRICES TO CONTINUE AS LONG I. 1
AS PQSSIBLE I
Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer
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DAY AND NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE
Excellent Service at Moat Reasonable Price \
B. S. COURTNEY
WILLIAMSTON, N. C. j 1
Day Phone 155 Night Phone 94
j Society,& Pergonals
In Town Thursday,
> Mr. Larey Croon, of Gold Point,
- was a visitor in tow* yesterday.
J Here From Hamilton
T. B. Slade, county tax supervisor,
• was a visitor here yesterday.
. Visitors in Dunn
Mrs. Eva Harrison, accompanied
by her children, Eva and Thad Har
rison, and Mrs. R. L. Coburn, visit
ed Mrs. R. J. Parker in Dunn yes
Return From Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Moye re
turned Thursday night after spend
ing several days in Washington, I).
C., with friends and relatives.
Witt Spend Week-End Here
Miss Evelyn Harrison, now with
the library department of Duke Uni
versity, will spend the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Har
In Town Thursday
Joel Gibsorikwas a visitor in town
Here From Hamilton
D. G. Matthews, of Hamilton, was
a business visitor in town Thursday
Vsiitor Here Thursday
Bruce Sherrod, of Hamilton, spent
some time in town yesterday on bus
Returns to Kenly
Miss Mildred Darden returned toj
her home in Kenly Thursday after
spending some time here visiting Mrs.'
R. L. Coburn.
J Visiting Friends Here -
Mr. Roland Knox, of New Jersey
and the Canal Zone, visited friends)
here this week.
In Elizabeth City • •
Messrs. B. A. Critcher and D. D.
Stalls were in Elizabeth City yester
day on business.
Visiting Her Mother Here
Mrs. Roy Ward, of Detroit, Mich.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. H.
Mizell, here for several days. 4
PUBLISH ID KVnV
I ThU Department I
In Rohertomntte Tuesday
Messrs. N. K. Harrison, W. R.
Watson, and J. C. Anderson' attend
ed a meeting held in Robersonville
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Visiting in YanceyviUe
Mrs. P. B. Cone and daughter,
Sarah, are spending the weke-end inl
Yanceyville with Mrs. Lawrence
Stallings and Mrs. Wheeler Martin.
Mrs. Sylvester Lilley, of William
ston Route 1, was here yesterday.
Here From Plymouth
Mr. Joe Shugar, of Plymouth, was
Returns To Rocky Mount
Miss Peggy Harreil returned to her
home in Rocky Mount yesterday aft
er visiting her aynt, Mrs. Mary Bell
Osborn, for several days.
In Town Thursday
Mr. Major Gardner, of William
ston Route 4, was here on business
j From Oak City
Mr. J. W. Hines and son, of Oak !
City, were visiotrs here yesterday.
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In Town Thursday
Calvin Ayers, a good farmer of
Bear Grass Township,, was on our
streets yesterday. He is still smil- ]
ing, though he says the hard times
have about got everything he ever '
worked for. But he has still left a
i good appetite for which he is thank
Spends Week-End a tHome
Miss Marjorie Taylor, recently
i graduated from a Raleigh secretarial
school and now employed by the
King Drug Company there, spent '
the week-end with her mother, Mrs.
J. R. Keel, near here. \
Returns From Hospital i
Mr. Jim King reutrned Wednesday
from the Washington Hospital, where
he had his tonsils removed.
In Wilson This Week
Mrs. Elbert S. Peel is visiting rel
atives in Wilson this week.
Visiting in Smithfield and Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Muse are visit
ing relatives and friends jp Smith
field and Wilson (or several days.
In Town Thursday
Mr. E. R. Jackson, of Plymouth,
was a visitor here Thursday.
Attend Show Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Read, Misses I
Elisabeth and Jane Read and Lue
Read, of Plymouth, attended the
show here Wednesday night.
Mr .William Haislip left Wednes
day for Chapel Hill, where he will
take up summer work.
Miss' Effie Waldo visited the Rev.
and Mrs. A. H. Marshall in William
ston Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Martha Johnson, of Scotland
Neck, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. P. L. Salsbury, re
turned to her home Wednesday.
Mias Mildred Everette, who has
been teaching in Rocky Mount the
past term, returned home Saturday. I
Mrs. Z. T. Cox took her Sunday
School class to>the show in Rober
sonville Wednesday. Misses Bessie
IPugh, Frances Edmondson, Elsie
'Davis, and Messrs. Richard Slade
and Richard Slade are members of
the class. Maggie Jutry Cox also ac
Miss Nancy Davis is leaving this
week for Rex Hospital, Raleigh,
where she will 90 in training.
Misses Stella Davenport and Flor
ied Cox are spending this week in .
Rocky Mount with Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Davenport.
Mrs. Calvin Stokes, of Greenville,
spent Isst week here with relatives
Mrs. J. A. Davenport is visiting
in Robersonville at this titne.
Mrs. Asa Johnson and children
are visiting in Scotland Neck this
Mrs. Harry Waldo and daughter,
Mary, Mrs. P. H. Davenport and son
Pat, jr., and Mrs. Boyle spent Wed
nesday In Williamston.
Mrs. T. O. Pinault, of Norfolk,
Va., is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. M.
Ewdl, at this time.
Returns to Wisconsin
Mr. L. A. Thompson returned to
his home in WauMu* Wisconsin,
yesterday afternoon after visiting Mr
and- Mrs. G. HJ Harrison here for
In Manteo Tuesday
Messrs. G. H. Harrison, L. P.
Lindsley, N. C. Green, V. J. Spivey,
R. L. Coburn, E. S. McCabe, Luther
Peel, and L. A. Thompson, of Wis
consin, were in Manteo Tuesday for
-A. m '
' In Town Wednesday
Mr. Durward Everett, of Rober
sonville, was a business visitor here
Attending Meeting in Davidson
Rev. Z. T. Piephoff is attending a
church "meeting in Davidson this
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER DEED OF TRUST
Under and by the authority confer-:
red on and vested in me in and by'
that certain deed of trust executed to i
me as trustee by Annie Bond on the!
6th day of January, 1927. which deed |
of trust is recorded in the Martin |
County records in book Y-2, at pane 1
112, the notes secured by said deed ofj
trust not having been paid and satis-1
fied, and at the request of the holder j
of same. I shall offer for sale, at the j
courthouse door in Martin County, oni
| Wednesday, the Bth day in Juty, 1931,!
|at 12 o'clock m., at public auction, to I
| the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described land, to wit:
Beginning at a stake on Elm Street
in the town - of Williamstou one bun-.
t dred and thirteen (113) feet from the
edge of the pavement on the west side !
of Washington Street; thence running i
in a northerly direction eighty-five j .
(85) feet to a stob; thence a westerly]
direction forty-five (45) feet to a stob. I
thence a southerly direction eighty-five
(85) feet to a stob on Elm Street: ■
thence an easterly course along Elm 11
Street sixty ((>0) feet to the beginning,
and being a part of the tract of land 1
conveyed to the grantors herein by 1
Ellis Williams and others, and of rec
ord in book B-2, at page 113-114 of
the Martin County public registry, to
which reference is made for a further
and more perfect description.
This the 6th day of June, 1931.
W. B, WATTS,
jel2 4tw Trustee.
Having qualified as the administra
tor of the estate of W. A. Roebuck,
deceased, of the County of Martin,
State of North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims a
gainst the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned at
Everett*, N'. C'., on or before the
6th day of June, 1932, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said es-
Many people we slowly poisoning
thomsMVM just u surely as if they
drank iodine every morning for break
fast. They an daily absorbing tho
toxins, or poisons, created by Accumu
lated waste matter in their constipated
digestive systems. Sooner or later
disease will conquer their weakened
If you have dlsiv spells, headaches,
coated tongue, bad breath, insomnia,
no appetite, bilious attacks or pains in
the back and limbs, you are probably
suffering from self poisoning caused by
constipation. The surest and
relief for this condition is Ilerbiue, the
vegetable cathartic which acta in the
natural way. Get a bottle today from
Call For Red Rose Flour
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fT he Flour With Quality At A
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_ EVERY BAG OF RED ROSE GUARANTEED.
IF NOT SATISFIED, YOUR MONEY WILL
• '- - • BE REFUNDED
RED ROSE is not an expensive
■&T Uniformly high grade and popular
priced! One trial will soon convince
you. Ask your grocer!
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JJW WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
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tate will please make immediate pay
This the sth day of June, 1931.
Jos- W. Bailey, Attorney.
of Sptreial Tan Klstlion in Sandy Ridge
School District, Martin County,
In compliance with the wishes of a
petition signed by necessary number
of qualified voters of Sandy Ridge
School District No. 6, white, which
was duly approved by the Board of
Education of Martin County and is in
acoontance with provision of Article
17 of Newr School Code of 1923.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the school build
ing of said district on the 20th day
of July, 1931, in said district, which
is described hereinafter, for the pur
poses of ascertaining the will of the
qualified voters of the Sandy Ridge
School District as to whether a ma
jority of such voters favor the levy
ing and collecting annually of a spec
ial tax with which to supplement the !
funds for the six months public school |
term appropriated by the Board of
Education of Martin County, the rate
of said special tax not to exceed a
maximum of 35 cents on the SIOO val
uation of property, real and personal,
; within the bounds of the district here
Beginning »t the mouth of Sweeten
Water t reejc, thence up the creek to
I the mouth of Keepers branch; thence
up said branch to the Manning school
district line; thence with said school
district line northward to the Smith
i wick school district line; with said
j line to the Devils Gut; thence up said
(Jut to the river, and up the river to
At said election those who are in
favor of the lev*' and collection an
nually of a special tax not more than
35 cents on the SIOO property valua
tion with w.hieh to supplement the
funds for 6 months school vote a ticket
on which shall be written or printed
the words, ''For I.ocal Tax," and those
who, oppose the levy and collection
annually of a special tax of not more
than 35 cents on the SIOO property val
uation with which to supplement the
funds for 6 months school, shall vote
a ticket on which shall be written or
printed the words, "Against I.ocal
That L. I>. llardisou shall be ap
LIQUID OR TABLETS
Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in
30 minutea, checks,a Cold the first day,
and checks Malarfa in three days.
666JJALVE FOR BABY'S COLD
Loses 55 Lbs.
Edith J. Marriott of Baltimore, Md.
write.s: "Last winter I weighed 200
lbs. and was very much ashamed. I '
bought a bottle of Kruschen Salts
which gave such wonderful results 1
bought more. After 4 bottles 1 weigh
145 lbs. and all my friends say, "How
slender you've gotten—how did you
do it?" I say only 4 words—thanks
to Kruschen Salts."
A generous bottle of Kruschen Salts
that lasts 4 weeks costs but 85 cents
at Clark's Drug Store or any drug-|
' store iir~ America—take one half tea - J
spoon in the a glass of hot water every '
morning before breakfast—cut out pas-|
try and fatty meats—go light on po-|
tatoes, butter, cream and sugar—that j
will help Kruschen take off your fat.
lake Kruschen every morning—it's
the little daily dose that does it—if
not joyfully satisfied after the first
pointed registrar, and N. R. Griffin
and E. G. Godard are hereby appoint
ed poll holders for said election. That
a new registration is hereby ordered |
and that the registration books will |
be open for such purpose beginning'
the 6th day of June, 1931. and will
continue open until the Uth day of'
| July, 1931. The registrar will be at
his home during the above dates for'
the purpose of registering all those
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Special Sunday Dinner 75c
Sweet Pickles Sour Pickles
Fried Chicken—Country Style
String Beans New Potatoes in Cream - „
. V **• u H
Rice Sugar Beets
Lettuce and Tomato Salad
Corn Bread . - "Wheat Bread
Frozen Custard and Cakes
Ice Tea Milk Coffee
Served From 12:30 to 2 P. M., From 6 P. M. to 8 P. M.
I Turnage Theatre
Washington, N. C.
PROGRAM WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 15TH
Monday-Tuesday j une js-16
"HONOR AMONG LOVERS"
Claudette Colbert and Fredric March
Wednesday-Thursday June 17-18
'DEVIL TO PAY"
with LORETTA YOUNG
I Friday j une I 9
THE SECRET SIX" -
with BEERY AND HARLAW
Saturday * June 20
it Done this the 2nd day of Jane, 1931,
by order of the Martin County Board
; I of Commissioners.
T. C. GRIFFIN,
Chairman, Board of
J. SAM GETSINGER.
j Register of Deeds of Martin Coun
ty and e)e»oflficio clerk to the County
| Board of Commissioners of' Martin
County. j e 5 ?